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An Explosive Golf Swing Starts In The Ground

An Explosive Golf Swing Starts In The Ground

Freddy Couples has a nice smooth, languid swing, but his nick name is not ‘Smooth’ or ‘Languid’. It’s Boom Boom. Its Boom Boom because he drives the ball a mile with explosive power released at impact. An explosive golf swing starts in the ground, works its way up through the feet, and is released at […]

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The Drivable Par 4: How do you play it?

The Drivable Par 4: How do you play it?

The drivable par 4. The most exciting and yet daunting & frustrating hole in golf. You can come up roses and you can also go down in a ball of flames. We all want to take a crack at it, we all want to be the hero! But let’s be realistic, not all of us […]

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Gain 35 Extra Yards with a Better Swing Path

Gain 35 Extra Yards with a Better Swing Path

Most amateurs lose unnecessary distance and direction of their drives because of an outside to inside swing path. Simply put they come over the top. The reason for this is because swing path affects not just direction but the angle of attack of the club. The average golfer can change launch and spin rates with […]

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Wrong Flex In Your Clubs

Wrong Flex In Your Clubs

What happens if you play with a club(s) that has the wrong flex? The clubhead can enter the impact area at a different angle of attack, the club face can be trailing (leaving it open), and you can be losing distance because the shaft isn’t fully loaded. These are just a few of the reasons […]

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Overspeed Training – Lighter is Faster

Overspeed Training – Lighter is Faster

We all want to hit the ball further, don’t we? We all want to hear that sound of the ball coming off there face of the club like a canon! One of the biggest problems is that we try to swing harder instead of faster. When we swing harder, we tend to get more tense […]

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How Backspin Affects Your Driving Distance

How Backspin Affects Your Driving Distance

Backspin can have a major impact on the distance of your drives, along with a handful of other factors. If you have a slower swing speed, you need more backspin to get the ball airborne, but if you have a higher swing speed you need a lower backspin rate to ensure the ball won’t ‘balloon’. […]

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Learn to Curve The Ball: Fades & Draws

Learn to Curve The Ball: Fades & Draws

Learning to curve the ball, whether it’s a fade or a draw doesn’t have to be as complicated as one thinks. Yes, there’s a lot of math involved in how exactly a ball moves through the air but we don’t need it, we like to keep it simple. We don’t need to change our grip, […]

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Lag vs Casting In Your Golf Swing

Lag vs Casting In Your Golf Swing

Lag vs casting and the power that is delivered to the ball can be explained simply as when that power is used. Is it early in the swing or is it at impact? The longer we can store the energy in our swing (lagging) and the closer we can release it at impact, the more […]

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Perfect Your Impact Position

Perfect Your Impact Position

Perfect your impact position and start controlling your ball flight better than you ever have. Our misses can tell us a lot about our impact position whether the ball’s going left, right, short, long! To teach yourself how to get into a better position at impact, the IMPACT SNAP is here to help. It doesn’t […]

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Sweeping Golf Swing Vs Digging Swing

Sweeping Golf Swing Vs Digging Swing

Do you have a sweeping swing or a digging swing? Most pros have a digging swing and a lot of amateurs have a sweeping swing. The most common miss with the sweeping swing is directional, whereas, a miss with the digging swing can be short, long, AND directional. The digging swing is used by most […]

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